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August 15, 2001 | ERIC SLATER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The practicing pagans of Salt Lake City keep an eye on 2.9 miles of state highway. The Ashland, Ore., Friends of John Denver chapter has a 2-mile stretch of Interstate 5. Nudists in Florida, Wiccans in New Jersey and the Ku Klux Klan of Missouri all have toiled to keep America clean through Adopt-a-Highway programs. So the Sioux Empire Gay and Lesbian Coalition of Sioux City, S.D.
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August 15, 2001 | ERIC SLATER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The practicing pagans of Salt Lake City keep an eye on 2.9 miles of state highway. The Ashland, Ore., Friends of John Denver chapter has a 2-mile stretch of Interstate 5. Nudists in Florida, Wiccans in New Jersey and the Ku Klux Klan of Missouri all have toiled to keep America clean through Adopt-a-Highway programs. So the Sioux Empire Gay and Lesbian Coalition of Sioux City, S.D.
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September 1, 1989 | BOB SECTER, Times Staff Writer
Like many a traffic cop, Willard Bordeaux stopped a speeder the other day. But what Bordeaux then reported to headquarters is anything but typical. "Subject is a non-Indian," crackled the voice of the Bureau of Indian Affairs patrolman over the police radio. "Released with a warning." Bordeaux had no choice. The incident took place on U.S. 18 in the heart of the Rosebud Sioux Indian reservation, a remote, barren expanse of stubby pastures and ramshackle homes astride the Nebraska border.
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September 1, 1989 | BOB SECTER, Times Staff Writer
Like many a traffic cop, Willard Bordeaux stopped a speeder the other day. But what Bordeaux then reported to headquarters is anything but typical. "Subject is a non-Indian," crackled the voice of the Bureau of Indian Affairs patrolman over the police radio. "Released with a warning." Bordeaux had no choice. The incident took place on U.S. 18 in the heart of the Rosebud Sioux Indian reservation, a remote, barren expanse of stubby pastures and ramshackle homes astride the Nebraska border.
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April 20, 1993 | From Times Wire Services
A plane carrying South Dakota Gov. George Mickelson crashed Monday while trying to make an emergency landing at the Dubuque airport, killing the governor and seven other people, officials said. The Iowa governor's office said the plane, en route from Cincinnati to Pierre, S.D., developed engine trouble and slammed into a grain storage silo and barn about 15 miles southwest of Dubuque, bursting into flames. Dick Vohs, an aide to Iowa Gov.
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March 25, 2009 | Associated Press
Wind-blown snow whipped across the northern Plains on Tuesday, closing major highways, before a powerful storm that had stalled over western Nebraska and South Dakota moved northeastward. In Montana, the Army National Guard dispatched two helicopters to help find motorists stranded by a snowstorm in the southeastern part of the state. "We do know we have some motorists out there, but we don't know where.
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